Monday, January 30, 2006

The Prophet of Doom - Allah's nature is revealed

A nice article, out of:
www.theprophetofdoom.net
I has to say it explains many things, who're unclear or too Politically Correct.
( Just before you read, I'm not a Christian, I'm a Jew [ Observant Secular ], and even though I don't believe in Jesus, I find it pretty much correct [ nevertheless I won't turn Christian ] )


Is Allah Satan’s Name?
(… and why should we care?)



With each new day the world is victimized anew by vicious acts perpetrated by those crediting Islam for their demented behavior. So it begs the question: is Allah Satan?
In this paper, I’ll present the case—a smattering of the evidence—and let you decide. I do not care if you come to the conclusion that Allah is Satan, that Allah is Muhammad, or that neither Allah nor Satan exist, but that the character attributed to Allah was modeled after Satan. While these are all harsh verdicts, I do not believe the evidence—Biblical, Qur’anic, historic, and contemporary—allows any other rational conclusion.
Today, Muslims routinely contradict the Qur’an and say that Allah is the Arabic word for God. Yet if they were rational, they would recognize that this practice is intellectual suicide. Throughout the Qur’an, a book all Muslims believe was dictated to Muhammad by Gabriel on behalf of Allah, it says that “Ilah” is the Arabic word for “God” and that Allah is the Ilah’s name. So if Allah, not Ilah, is the word for God, Allah cannot be God, and the Qur’an cannot be inspired by God, because he and it claims otherwise.
Muslims are in a lose-lose scenario which is why they make such ludicrous claims. Speaking on behalf of a spirit he called Allah, Muhammad claimed that his spirit was the God of Adam, Abraham, Lot, Isaac, Ishmael, Jacob, Moses, David, Solomon, and Isa—a character Muslims claim is “Jesus.” Muhammad routinely alleges that Allah inspired the Torah, Psalms, and Gospel as well as the Qur’an—another logical impossibility. The Spirit who inspired those books has a name too—Yahweh. He uses it 6868 times. Allah isn’t used once. And the books are opposites, in opposition to each other on every page and in every way.
Trying desperately to make the irrational seem plausible, Muslims contend that “allah” is a contraction of “al,” the word for “the,” and “ilah,” the word for god. Dispense with the “i” and bring them together, add capitalization, ignore the Qur’an, and add a big dose of hocus pocus and you get “Allah,” meaning “The God.” If that’s true, why doesn’t “The God” have a name? Don’t all gods have names—even false ones?
Interestingly, Allah isn’t even the first name assigned to the god of Islam. In the first twenty surahs “revealed,” Muhammad’s Qur’anic spirit was a nameless “Lord.” And that’s fascinating on many levels. First, Lord, is the name and title of Baal, the most famous of the Biblical Satanic sun gods. Second, since much of the Qur’an was plagiarized from the Rabbinical Talmud, and since the Qur’an complains incessantly that the Yahudim of Yathrib sold their “scripture” to Muhammad for too high a price, the use of “Lord” is telling. One thousand two hundred years earlier, following captivity in the Satanic depravity of Babylon, the Yahudi had stopped saying Yahweh’s name—saying instead “Lord.” Muhammad would have thought that the God of the Torah and Psalms name was “Lord,” so that’s what he called his god.
But since all gods have names, Muhammad was pressed by the Allah worshiping pagans in his home town of Mecca to tell them his god’s name. So, in the next block of surahs, the dark spirit of the Qur’an is called Ar-Rahman. This idol, whose name was derived from the Persian Devil, was a moon god in Yemen. His name was selected for several reasons, the most important of which is that before Muhammad plagiarized the Jews he pilfered the poetry of the Hanifs—a monotheistic religion that was derived from a Jewish dictator in Yemen just prior to Muhammad’s birth.
But the Qur’anic god’s name changes from Ar-Rahman to Allah in the most peculiar place—the Satanic Verses. The surah immediately preceding Muhammad’s most telling affair was named in Ar-Rahman’s honor and calls him “god.” But as a result of the Meccans offering Muhammad sex, power, and money to change to their gods—Allah being the most important of them—the Qur’an starts referring to its dark spirit by a new name. At the time of the Satanic Verses that mark this transition, the Islamic Hadith states that Muhammad revealed a Qur’an surah that was inspired by Satan. Then on behalf of Allah, Muhammad recites another Qur’anic verse saying that all of Allah’s messengers spoke on behalf of Satan. The whole sordid affair, in all of its glory and detail, is presented in the “
Satanic Bargain” chapter (13) of Prophet of Doom.
So with that background, let’s examine the Qur’an’s claim that an Ilah named Allah inspired the Torah and Gospel. When we do so we are immediately confronted by the fact that Allah’s name isn’t mentioned in the Scriptures and that Yahweh’s name is repeated 6868 times. And while that should be the end of the Islamic claim and thus of Islam, that is not the end of the story.
There is a Hebrew word used in Yahweh’s Scripture that is similar to Ilah and Allah. That word is tahillah. It is derived from halal. Tahillah means laudation or praise. When directed at a worthy object it is an admirable thing. When sought out and self proclaimed it lies at the heart of what caused Satan—a word which means “adversary”—to rebel. In the West we know the Devil by the Latin word for light—Lucifer. But the book which introduced this dark spirit to mankind, uses a different name—Heylel. It is derived from halal. (The paleo-Hebrew of Isaiah’s time, the man who first used the name, did not include vowels, and from what we can tell, the “e” and “a” sounds were interchangeable. What scholars transliterate as “Heylel” could just as easily have been, and probably was, “Haylal.”)
The Hebrew “halal” (pronounced, haw-lal’) is like many words in that it has a dual nature—reflecting both good and bad characteristics. It means, “to be clear.” Originally this clarity pertained to sound, or words but it migrated to color, or light. Thus it came to mean “shine.” Isaiah had this meaning in mind when he said that Heylel was the Morning Star, better known as the sun—the principle deity in most cultures throughout history. It is why we know Satan as Lucifer, or light.
There is more to the Hebrew word halal. It means to make a show, to boast, to be clamorous and foolish. Allah’s biggest boast is “Allahu Akbar;” it’s the Islamic Prayer of Fear—the line jihadists shout before each terrorist assault. It means, “Allah is Greatest.” Halal also means to rave and celebrate in rage. This too is haunting in that Muslims are the only people to celebrate murder and mutilation.
At this point, halal’s definition turns considerably more sinister. Contemplate these meanings in the context of the Deceiver: to stultify, deaden, cloud, to blur, reduce and muffle, to assuage, alleviate and diminish. Halal means to feign or falsify one’s self, to be a counterfeit. It means to pretend, to be a fake, a fraud, to make believe and pretend. And this is precisely what Paul said Heylel would do—disguising himself as an angel of light to mislead a false messenger. Halal is also synonymous with Heylel’s title, the Adversary, in that it means to be mad against someone or something.
There is a second Hebrew word, while not a name, is also telling. It is “alah.” It means to “be high,” which is innocuous enough until you look closer. The word also means “dawn” or to “break the day.” In other words the “Morning Star”—Heylel. Interestingly, alah means to burn—a pastime in which Allah is both fixated and expert. In a relatively short book, Allah speaks of the fires or hell, pain, punishment and demons 1,000 times in the Qur’an. It is the most oft repeated rant—one in which Allah is shown asking to be left alone with the inmates of hell so that he can personally inflict the torment of burning.
Alah also means “to depart”—something Satan was forced to do, and “exalt, lifting one’s self up,” the reason why Heylel was cast out of heaven. In keeping with the halal theme, alah means light. But it’s the final meanings that are the most telling. Alah means “to levy, as in tax,” the Qur’an’s third most repeated theme, and “to make pay,” something Allah has seduced all Muslims into doing both temporally and eternally. It means “to prefer, and to stir up.” That is the essence of Satan, thus of Allah, Muhammad, and Islam. They are preferred over Yahweh and His Scriptures (Allahu Akbar) and they promote their deceptive, destructive, and demented cult by stirring up trouble. Muhammad was a terrorist; jihad is his legacy.
With these definitions in mind, let’s turn to the book that introduced the world to this demonic spirit. The name Heylel, or Lucifer, is only mentioned once in the entire Bible. In the midst of his prophecy on World War III—the all Islamic war to be launched against Israel in the last days—Isaiah says this about Islam and its dark spirit: “The rule of the oppressor [nagras: one who uses tyranny to harass, tax, and oppress, i.e., Islam] will come to an end. Those who smote [nakah: to strike, exile, murder, punish, or slaughter] the Jews in rage and anger with unceasing blows [Muslims], and in fury subdued [terrorized] the nations with relentless aggression, will be prosecuted. Hell itself will be moved. The pompous gloating leaders, arrogantly swelling with pride and boastful speech will be brought from their graves like maggots spread out. How you have fallen, cast out of heaven, O Heylel/Lucifer, the one with the brightness of the morning star.
You have been cast down to the earth and diminished. You used prostration to weaken the Gentile nations. You boasted ‘I will ascend to heaven; I will exalt my throne above God. I will abide in the meeting place on the most sacred Mount [Moriah—home of Lucifer’s most flamboyant shrine: the Dome of the Rock]. You said, ‘I will make myself like the Most High.’ But you are brought down to the grave, to the depths of the pit…. The offspring of the wicked will not rise up to inherit the land [Israel] or rule over the earth.” (Isaiah 14 amplified from the original Hebrew.)
The prophet Isaiah connected many of the dots for us. He reveals that Heylel was a fallen angel and that pride led to his ruin. He is destructive, leading men to their doom. And he wants to be worshiped in place of Yahweh. Further, he connects Lucifer to Islam by saying that he is the inspiration of those who oppress the Jews and covet their land. The fact he uses “prostration” to weaken the Gentile nations is quite a clue.
“Satan” is Heylel’s title. It means “The Adversary.” John, in Revelation, writes: “I saw an angel coming down from heaven, having the key to the bottomless pit and a great chain in his hand. He laid hold of the dragon, that old serpent, which is the Devil, or Satan. He bound him for a thousand years. He shut him up so that he could no longer deceive the nations.” (Revelation 20) Satan is a derogatory title for Heylel—a spirit who deceives and leads men astray. Heylel, of course, detests “The Adversary” title, as he wants to be God, not God’s opponent. Adverse means unfavorable, unpleasant, poor, or undesirable. It’s not the kind of image a spirit who wants to be worshiped would be fond of having hung around his neck.
Understanding Heylel/Lucifer and his disdain for the Adversary, or Satanic title, is central to understanding the spirit that underlies Islam, the spirit that enticed and inspired Muhammad to such egregious behavior. Paul, speaking to the Corinthians of the false doctrine and prophet to come said: “I am concerned that just as Eve was deceived and beguiled by the serpent’s cunning, your minds may someday be corrupted. For if someone comes and preaches another Yahshua who is different, if you receive another spirit, or hear a different Gospel, you may be susceptible. I may not possess eloquent speech or be an Apostle who requires your obedience, but I know what is true and have manifest it to you…. The truth of Christ is in me. And I will continue doing this in order to cut the ground from under those who would seize the opportunity to boast about. For such men are false prophets, deceitful teachers, masquerading as messengers of God. And no wonder, for Satan transfigures and disguises himself into an angel of light [i.e., Heylel pretends to be Gabriel].” (2 Corinthians 11 amplified from the original Greek.)
Paul is saying that Heylel will transform himself into the image of an angel and deceive men using a false prophet. The messenger will be boastful, yet speak eloquently; he will be deceitful, yet require obedience. He will come with a new Gospel. He is speaking of Muhammad and his Qur’an.
By putting these things together we discover that Heylel, as presented in the Bible, is a perfect match for Allah, the demented and deceitful spirit of the Qur’an. And we know that Heylel hates the Satanic title, preferring his real name “Allah.” So now, the only pieces of the puzzle that remain are why the Adversary chose to disguise himself as Gabriel and why he chose Muhammad to be his prophet.
The Hebrew word for “angel” means “messenger.” And the angel named Gabriel was only called to deliver three messages. The first is to Daniel. He told the prophet the exact day the Messiah would enter Jerusalem, five hundred years in advance of the occasion. He spoke of the destruction of the Temple, which followed Christ’s crucifixion and resurrection. Then Gabriel told Daniel that Satan would cause great devastation that he would defile Mount Moriah in the last days. The second and then final time we hear from Gabriel is in the second chapter of the Gospel of Luke. Gabriel relays a message heralding the birth of John the Baptist—the one who announced the Messiah’s arrival. And he told Mary she would give birth to Yahshua, the Son of Yahweh. In other words, Gabriel had only one job: announce the arrival of the Messiah. Lucifer chose to impersonate him because his Muhammad was the counterfeit Messiah. So now we know who the players are and why they are acting so devilishly
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1 Comments:

At 7:21 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Eran,

As a Christian American very insulated from both the jewish and muslim worlds, I was taken quite by surprise when I had a dream recently in which a very beautiful and brightly shining angel was commanding the attention of a cowering man in a cave. The image was very brief, and then a voice (not audible, but a voice "in my inner spirit") said "This is he who poses as an angel of light." I had the distinct impression that the dream was meant to impart understanding in order to know how to pray. I believe there are many Christians and Jews alike to whom God has revealed this truth by His Spirit so that we together can stand as "watchmen" on the wall to guard the house of Israel and even the whole earth from the "prince of the air" who seeks to deceive, kill and destroy. I'm very surprised you have not received muslim "hate mail" in response to your article. After all, I am quite sure satan himself is quite angry when he is "exposed". I pray for your protection from the darts of the enemy because you have spoken the truth.

 

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